Source: PC World
January 03, 2017
With the launch of a standalone app last fall, Android Auto removed the need to purchase a new car to take advantage of its hands-free navigational tools. Soon, you might not even need a phone.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is showing off a new collaboration with Google at CES that will use Android to power the in-car infotainment system. The technology merges FCA’s Uconnect system with Nougat to create an integrated system that bakes Android’s best features–Google Assistant and Google Maps, along with popular apps like Pandora and Spotify–right into the dash. The system is still in the concept stage, but Fiat Chrysler will be demoing the tech inside a Chrysler 300 sedan at the Las Vegas expo this week.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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